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How do you change temperature settings in 2005 ford f250

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  • jeff187 Mar 12, 2011

    Yes there is a menu button and I switch from metric to imperial but it doesn't change the temp. Only the odometer changes. Kilometers to miles.



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Is their a menu knob somewhere ,their must be but a newer one i have no idea as one in yard at the moment a 350 1986 i think american motor home and i could look at that but i dont think it would be the same but as long as its in centigrade then its not a problem as this old fashioned farenheit thing with 32 as freezing point and 212 for boiling point --- its a lot easier with 1--100 scale

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    Colin Stickland Mar 13, 2011

    well in all honesty you have me here as i have no idea on a modern vehicle like this as the main reason here is they just do not exist here in spain ,at our fuel prices they wouldnt get house room ,now a diesel version is different which the cheroke jeeps comes in with manual transmission ,I would suggest you ask at the ford dealer local to you as they would know as it must be possible on a newer vehicle to hange settings as i know that this is possible on most american vehicles because of the proximity of canada market and they use centigrade their



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